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POP’S DOOR

Pop’s Door
” WHEN WORDS BECOME UNCLEAR, I SHALL FOCUS WITH PHOTOGRAPHS. WHEN IMAGES BECOME INADEQUATE, I SHALL BE CONTENT WITH SILENCE. “

-Ansel Adams-

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Leica M-3 series nine: A return to black and white film

” GOOD COMPOSITION IS LIKE A SUSPENSION BRIDGE – EACH LINE ADDS STRENGTH AND TAKES NONE AWAY. “

-Robert Henri-

Bear Mountain Bridge, New York. Photographed with a Leica M-3: 50mm Summicron; Tri-X


Leica M-3 series three: A return to black and white film

” A MORNING-GLORY AT MY WINDOW SATISFIES ME MORE THAN THE METAPHYSICS OF BOOKS.”

-Walt Whitman-

Stoney Kill Farm. Fishkill, New York. Photographed with a Leica M-3: 50mm Summicron; Tri-X


A River Crossing:

Sundial Bridge designed by Santiago Calatrava crosses the Sacramento River at a reported cost of $23.5 million. The bridge design is a cantilever spar cable-stayed structure that spans 700 feet.

The bridge follows Calatrava’s earlier designs in Spain and Argentina.  True to its design it is accurate as a sundial one day per year but offers fisherman a first-class backdrop while packed drift boats maneuver pockets for salmon, steelhead and rainbow trout.

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